|J.D., 2003, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, Order of St. Ives|
|LL.M., 2000, University of Denver Sturm College of Law, American and Comparative Law|
|Licence de Droit Suisse (Swiss J.D.), 1999, University of Lausanne College of Law|
Colorado Super Lawyers, Rising Stars, 2009-2013
ACG Leadership 20, Class of 2008
2003 Krendl Business Planning Award, University of Denver, Sturm College of Law
American Bar Association
Colorado Bar Association
Colorado Women’s Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
|Margaux's practice focuses on mergers and acquisitions, debt and equity financing, corporate restructuring, public and private securities offerings, and general corporate matters. |
Recently, Margaux has worked on a broad range of issues connected to the development of a liquefied natural gas receiving and regasification facility and acquisitions by private equity firms in the healthcare, sporting goods and emerging technologies industries.
Prior to joining the firm, Margaux was a corporate associate at Jacobs, Chase, Frick Kleinkopf & Kelley in Denver. Margaux is fluent in French and Italian and proficient in German.
|Assisted Vail Resorts, Inc., the parent company of Heavenly Mountain Resort, to acquire Accommodation Station, the third largest property management company in South Lake Tahoe.|
|Represented a U.S. hog production company in the $25.5 million sale of 100 percent of its equity interest to one of the largest independent hog production and animal nutrient companies in China.|
|Represented Vail Resorts, Inc. (NYSE: MTN) in its acquisition of Mountain News Corporation (MNC), which operates the world's most visited online snow sports portal, OnTheSnow.com. Mountain News Corporation is the top provider of snow reports to more than 1,200 web sites throughout the world, including approximately 400 news media websites.|
|Represented Freeport LNG Investments, LLLP in the sale of significant economic interest in a liquefied natural gas receiving facility to international infrastructure funds.|
|Brownstein served as lead counsel for Freeport LNG Development, L.P. in the structuring, strategy and development of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving and regasification facility in Texas. The firm acted as lead counsel in the structuring, negotiating and documenting of financing for the construction of the facility, development of a 7.5 billion cubic foot underground salt cavern gas storage facility, and expansion of the terminal, which included approximately $750 million in financing from ConocoPhillips Company and a $453,000,000 private placement note issuance. Brownstein also oversaw the negotiation of long term terminal use agreements (TUA) with Dow Chemical Company and ConocoPhillips Company. The firm continues to provide general corporate counsel to Freeport and its subsidiaries in all aspects of their businesses.|
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